Revolutionary follow-up to the smash swipe ‘em up hit Reigns.
Reigns: Her Majesty is an indie simulation game made by Nerial & Synaptic Insight Technology Systems, and published by Devolver Digital. Maintain the balance between the kingdom’s most powerful factions, use mystical items from your inventory, and navigate the increasingly complex politics and personal relationships of your dynasty. A cultural renaissance has bestowed the world with a new era of knowledge and enlightenment but greed and jealousy still conspire against the benevolent queen. Outwit and outlast those that would seek to depose you and your husband by swiping left or right, making just (or unjust) decisions on all manner of royal matters.
Release Date: 7 Dec, 2017
Developer: Nerial, Synaptic Insight Technology Systems
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Genre: Casual, Indie, Simulation
Reigns: Her Majesty
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- New Kingdom, New Drama: Your royal decrees and unpredictable requests of the people will shape both your time on the throne and the future of your dynasty. Carefully navigate the foolish politics and emotional pleas of the kingdom’s eccentric subjects to find balance between the most powerful factions of the land.
- Royal Challenges: Reach specific goals set before each new monarch’s reign to unlock new sets of cards and new directions to take the story of your dynasty.
- Mystical Inventory: Find and upgrade five special items in a new inventory system. Use your powerful items on character cards and unlock special paths in the ever more complex narrative of your kingdom.
- Nerial and Friends: Reigns: Her Majesty is a collaboration between François Alliot (design/programming), Arnaud de Bock (art), Jim Guthrie (music), and Leigh Alexander (narrative director).
Reigns: Her Majesty Trailer
Reigns: Her Majesty Review
Reigns: Her Majesty is a smart and surprising extension of the original swipe'em narrative game. It is a fun, addicting little game which can be played in short bursts and although it's mostly the same user interface, that like it looks like the Tinder app, it keeps on dragging you to play more. It has some really fun, quirky and dark writing and you’re sure to find yourself giggling unexpectedly at times. Reigns was already good. The Queen's version is even better, beautifully written, with a narrative context with more depth and continuity.